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présent er What are

présent er

What is the infinitive the whole verb
What is the root (ou stem) the part of the verb without the er
What are the verbs ending in er called (in french) the first group
What are the endings for regular verbs in the first group? -e, -es, -e, -ons, -ez, -ent
Is -e, -es, -ent pronounced? Non
The final -s of nous, vous, ils, elles links with verbs beginning with what?, And making what sound? a vowel sound and makes a z sound
What is the aforementioned called? liaison
I speak Je parle
You speak (informal) Tu parles
He speaks Il parle
She speaks Elle parle
One, we, they, you speak On parle
We speak Nous parlons
You speak (formal ou plurel) Vous parlez
They speak (mas et/ou fem) Ils parlent
They speak (fem only) Elles parlent
Do you speak Italian? (formal) Parlez-vous italien?
How many languages do you speak? (informal) Combien de langues parles-tu?
When do you use tu and when do you use vous? Tu = talking to friends, family members, children, and animals. Vous = addressing a stranger, someone you don't know well, ou to maintain a certain degree of distance ou respect.
Some sentences containing ''on'' (5) 1st what does it mean one, we, they, you
Japanese is spoken here. Ici, on parle japonais.
One should not behave this way. On ne devrait pas se comporter ainsi.
Shall we go to the movies tonight? On va au cinéma ce soir? (familiar)
In Spain, they eat tapas. En Espagne, on mange des tapas.
We all agree. On est tous d'accord. (familiar)
Created by: chaaya